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How many people does it take to tell you to fix the app everyone is actually telling you problems with the app but know one is listening on the other side the people who are to fix this app aren't even reading the reviews to help them out. Its been almost a year since the last update i see some apps getting updates and fixes once a month and even once a week but the app the is so popular the people that are to be reading and fixing app aren't doing there job either fire the people not doing there job And hire some people that will do there job and fix the NFL Network App please. Its real easy if you just listen to the many people on here even telling you whats wrong with the app if the person or people that are to be fixing the app aren’t then hire someone or some people and get someone or some people who cares enough to do the job and let them fix the NFL Network application Thank you
When a Monopoly exists, the customers get screwed. This is absolutely the case here. The reason this app hasn’t improved over time is that the NFL doesn’t care about its fans. We, the fans, do have the power to fix this very quickly. The ONLY thing the NFL cares about is MONEY. And the tremendous greed of the owners, league and players has created an exposed weakness in their financial structure. The NFL can’t withstand a significant drop in revenue for even a few months. The NFL doesn’t hear the complaints of its fans because we aren’t communicating in a language they can hear. The NFL can only communicate in one language - the language of MONEY. Fans need to boycott the NFL for only a few weeks to start the process of real change. But if the fans don’t come together and speak in a single voice then we will continue to get the treatment we get now.
The NFL Network application provides easy to view access to the sports channel with the ability to log in via your cable provider and proceed to watching either the main NFL Network or Red Zone programming. The app is easy to use when watching a program as you can enlarge for a full screen or keep a small screen. Users can also view the complete schedule for that day and the upcoming days. The app is pretty bare bones and could use some enhancement such as push notification options for programs a viewer may want to see and maybe a section for NFL programs that aired during the week that you missed but want to watch at the moment. The NFL Network is a good start with the ball at the 20 but has a long way to go in scoring a touchdown for the users.
While the idea of watching a live football game is wonderful, being ABLE to do so with this App would be even more wonderful. It's impossible to watch a game (like today's Baltimore @ Steelers Christmas Day game) without paused or completely broken connections, missed plays, having the commercials voices completely voicing over the game announcers call & on-field action, cutting to a commercial in the middle of a play, etc., etc., etc. What's the sense of the App if it doesn't even remotely work properly? For example, for those away from home like myself right now, trying to watch the game on my iPad or iPhone (with a solid internet signal) away from home where I'd otherwise be watching the game in my living room on DirecTV without frustration. The App needs MAJOR improvements. Very, very disappointed.
Even though I’m paying for the network, I cannot watch the game on my own TV because “Airplay is currently not supported.” So instead I’m watching it on my tablet perched on my desk. This league is run by idiots... clearly football is a wonderful game because it succeeds despite the bungled efforts of the owners and league office. The simple fact that the product is restricted on one screen in a space, but viewable on a different screen in the exact same space is a testament to the incompetence of the suits that negotiate these deals (incompetent suits.... I know it’s redundant), but I guess it serves a purpose because these people would be unemployable in any job that actually matters. Also, the stream collapses and needs to be reloaded every so often. So it’s also lousy at the one thing it’s supposed to do.
Exclusive NFL Network programming and NFL RedZone* is now available to fans living in the United States. Using an iPhone** or iPad, fans can watch
their favorite NFL content live with a subscription to a participating cable provider.
The app features live streaming access to news, highlights, and shows on NFL Network including:
* Live Thursday Night Football Games
* All Preseason games (either live or re-aired)
* Comprehensive coverage of NFL events such as the NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Draft, Free Agency, and NFL Training Camp
* Original, Emmy award-winning series from NFL Films
* NFL Network shows including: NFL Total Access, A Football Life, Good Morning Football, NFL GameDay and more!
* Plus, for eligible subscribers: Get access to live streaming NFL RedZone every Sunday during the Regular Season
Please note: This app features Nielsen’s proprietary measurement software which contributes to market research, like Nielsen’s TV Ratings. Please see https://www.nielsen.com/digitalprivacy for more information
*Access to NFL Redzone requires a programming package with your provider that includes NFL RedZone
**Data usage apples for app download and use
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